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Academic Biography

Dr Clive Hedges worked for 13 years in research and development for Save the Children UK, contributing to the organisation’s work on children’s rights, community involvement in health services and national and international work on children’s participation in the provision of quality education, working with Michael Fielding and others to launch a national campaign to champion democratic approaches to education and producing a range of publications, including the organisation’s ‘Good School Council Guide’.

Clive teaches research methods on undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and is the course leader for the University's Doctorate in Education.  He has five Research degree completions - one MPHil and one PhD as Director of Studies and one PhD and two EdDs as second supervisor.  He is currently acting as Director of Studies for four doctoral students and second supervisor for a further five. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Summary of Research Interests

Clive is involved in research with colleagues around HE student use of simulated learning and has an interest in the application of the work of Goffman, Foucault and Massey to the experience of both students and practitioners in Higher Education.

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor, Nottingham Trent University

PhD, Open University Milton Keynes

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Research Output

  • Teaching with technology and higher education: A brave new world?

    Ingleby, E., Wilford, B. & Hedges, C., 25 Feb 2019, In : Practice: Contemporary Issues in Practitioner Education. 1, 1, p. 1 25 p.

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    Open Access
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    Student use of social media as a learning tool: a Kittler inspired approach

    Hedges, C. & Walters, R., 19 Mar 2015.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

  • The Curriculum

    Hedges, C., 2014, Education Studies: An Issues-based Approach. Curtis, W., Ward, S., Sharp, J. & Hankin, L. (eds.). SAGE Publications Ltd

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